The Cannes Film Festival is here! The 72nd edition of the movie extravaganza kicked off on May 12 and is expected to last until May 25. At its conclusion, the prestigious Palme d’Or is awarded to the best film shown at the festival. Last year’s edition saw Lebanese filmmaker Nadine Labaki take the trophy with her gripping drama Capernaum, which tells the story of a young Lebanese boy who sues his parents for the “crime of giving him life.” Of course, no discussion of the seaside film festival is complete without a look at who’s wearing what: here’s our roundup of the very best in fashion at the French Rivera.
Taiwanese actress Wu Ke-Xi arrives at Cannes for a showing of her film Nina Wu in a quirky Dior piece featuring a geometric silk bodice flowing into a delicate, multicolored metallic skirt.
Selena Gomez lights up the red carpet in delicate Bvlgari jewels.
The question isn't whether Nadine Labaki is ready for Cannes-- it's whether Cannes is ready for her. The Palme d'Or recipient stuns in a midnight blue tulle Dior gown that perfectly matches her dramatic smokey eye.
Dior sure does love their statement sleeves! Julianne Moore is giving us major forest nymph vibes in this verdant chiffon dress with chunky Chopard jewels to complete the look.
Eva Longoria has us peachy keen in this delicate Alberta Ferretti creation. The crushed silk gown features an asymmetrical, embroidered bodice and a draped train.
Amira Casar makes cocktail dresses couture in a custom Dior dress with flounced sleeves and sequin embroidery.
Etro's hourglass gown with burgundy sequins and structured shoulders is the perfect accessory for Izabel Goulart's red carpet moment.
Déborah François dazzles in an elegant, feathery Ingie Paris creation straight from their Winter '19 collection.
Farhana Bodi stands out on the red carpet in a cobalt Atelier Zuhra creation featuring a sequined bodice and twists of tutu.